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Fibonacci Retracements Analysis 25.01.2017 (EUR/USD, EUR/GBP)

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EUR USD, “Euro vs US Dollar”

The EUR/USD pair is still being corrected. The closest target is the retracement of 50%, which is confirmed by local fibo-levels. If later the price rebounds from this area, bears may try to reverse the market to the downside.

As we can see at the H1 chart, the pair rebounded from the group of local fibo-levels, which means that it may continue moving upwards. The closest target is the area at 1.0835 – 1.0810.


EUR GBP, “Euro vs Great Britain Pound”

The EUR/GBP pair is still being corrected to the downside. The closest target is the retracement of 61.8% at 0.8515. if later the market rebounds from this level, it may resume moving upwards.

As we can see at the H1 chart, the price moved very close to the group of fibo-levels at 0.8520 – 0.8500. Possibly, the market may rebound from this area and start a new bullish correction, at least.


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